Oslo triple is a 73 km run where you run the combined Marathon, Half Marathon and 10 km on the 15. September 2018.
All entrants for this distance must be at least 18 years old.
The Oslo triple requires that you manage to get to the next distance within certain time limits.
The max time for these distances are as follows::
- Marathon: 4 hours and 20 mins
- Half marathon: 2 hours and 10 mins
- «10 for Grete»: 1 hour and 45 mins
Start and group times
- Marathon: 09:25
- Half Marathon: 13:30
- “10 for Grete”: 16:15
The Oslo triple follows the stated start times for each distance, and participants can choose which starting group they would like to start in. It is important that runners start in the right group based on the estimated time they have planned and complete the distances. The start times stated over is for the first starting group for each distance.
Each runner will receive results on each seperate distance together with a total time for the Oslo triple.
Volvat Medical Centre and the Norwegian Peoples Help will be available with medical professionals in the main tent by the finishing line and by stations along the race in the Tøyen and Skøyen areas to handle any emergencies and medical needs.
Volvats doctors, nurses and physiotherapists have extensive experience within emergency injury treatment. All medical professionals attending have sports injury competence.
On the 16. September, all runners of the Oslo triple will be placed in a seperate tent by the start/finish line. Everything will be here for each individual runner so that they can focus on the actual race while Oslo Marathon worries about the practicalities.
Getting your start number
In the week before the event you will be sent a start card to your registered email address. To pick up your start number you will need to show this card together with a valid form of ID. You can pick up your start number and t-shirt in the Triple tent by the start/finish line.
If you are picking up a start number on behalf of someone else, you will need to show their start card and a valid form of their ID.
Sport and Health Expo
The sport and health expo will be located at Rådhusplassen with a number of Sport and Health related stands.
Opening hours Sport and Health Expo:
More information will be published closer to the event.
Baggage and storage
There will be storage facilities in the Triple tent. Runners are asked to visibly label their baggage with their start nummer. Please do not put valuables in your bags.
BMW Oslo Maraton notes that any clothing or equipment that is not picked up will be given to the Fattighuset charity.
Food and drink stations
There will be free access to food and drink in the Triple tent.
There will be food and drink stations placed along the Marathon. On the half marathon and “10 for Grete” there will also be food and drink stations. Please see the map for placements.
Oslo triple runners can change in the Triple tent.
There will be pacemakers with signs on their back and balloons over them to make it easier for them to be spotted by those further behind.
Marathon times: 3.00, 3.15, 3.30, 3.45, 4.00, 4.15, 4.30
Half marathon times: 1.30, 1.40, 1.45, 1.50, 1.55, 2.00
Prizes and photography
All participants that complete the BMW Oslo Marathon will receive a medal after the finish line. All class winners will receive prizes from our sponsors. Those that complete the Oslo triple will receive a seperate medal.
Marathon Photos is our official vendor of photos and diplomas during the event on Saturday. Smile to the photographer when you near the finish line and buy a memory for life on their website after the run.